#FBF: Oak Cliff predictions for 2008

Photo by Rasy Ran

What a difference 10 years makes.

Back in 2008, Oak Cliff was still a “hidden treasure,” and the Bishop Arts District was just beginning to come into its own as a Dallas hot spot.

The Cliff Dweller magazine, the predecessor of this publication, asked neighbors for their predictions for 2008 in its January magazine that year.

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Here’s one, from Michael Amonett, who is now a City of Dallas landmark commissioner. It doesn’t seem too far-fetched at this point:

A plan will be devised by the Dallas City Council to turn the Trinity River Park into the Trinity River Park Mall. The mall will have Sam’s; Bed, Bath and Beyond; the Gap; and similar stores so that tollroad drivers will have somewhere to go.

Read the rest of the predictions here.

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